NEW reforms to state legislation will give Riverland farmers the choice to grow genetically modified crops from next season.
RIVERLANDERS can now complete their university studies closer to home, thanks to the launch of a new initiative beginning early next year.
A RENMARK school’s persuasive letter convincing local businesses to ban plastic straws or switch to environmentally-friendly alternatives has been successful.
AN Adelaide quadriplegic – soon to embark on a fundraising ride from the Riverland to the city – has raised awareness about spinal cord injuries at a local school by involving students in a cycling event.
ALMOND blossoms fully bloomed across the region last week, after Riverlanders patiently waited a week or two longer than usual.
SOME of the 200-plus Variety Bash participants who stopped off in the Riverland last week are tipped to return sometime in the future.
A COBDOGLA man has helped create national guidelines for Australian media reporting on disability.
A LOCAL cancer survivor hopes the Riverland will maintain its “absolutely brilliant” record of supporting Daffodil Day.